'Early-Bird' pricing for FileMaker show ends June 30

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If you're registering for the annual FileMaker Developer Conference and want to save US$200, you have until June 30 to take advantage of "early-bird" pricing. After that, full pricing (US$1,199) kicks in.

The FileMaker Developer Conference 2003 will be held Aug. 24-27 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, AZ. Over 1,000 corporate and independent database developers, consultants, and trainers are expected to attend.

The conference will feature more than 40 technical sessions, including "Migrating FileMaker Solutions: Maximize Benefits and ROI," "The New Horizons of FileMaker," "Best Practices for FileMaker Security," "Integrating FileMaker Within the Greater IT Environment," "How to Build Relational Solutions with FileMaker Pro," "Fundamentals of Relational Design: Planning for Success," "Overview of FileMaker Web Technologies," "Creating Your First XSLT Stylesheet," "User Interface Design for FileMaker Pro," "Moving Your Web Solutions from CDML to XSLT," "Conversion Techniques & Benefits for Users/Developers," "Configuration Options for FileMaker Web Publishing," "Getting the Most from Instant Web Publishing," and FileMaker Integration with External Systems."

For the first time, the conference will offer an education track, with sessions geared for developers creating solutions for the education market.

This story, "'Early-Bird' pricing for FileMaker show ends June 30" was originally published by PCWorld.

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